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Unformatted text preview: , 46 “Islam”. ' ' ' ' ' , Tim Solomon, Instructor {at Semester anus—200% . . EmmanuelUCC 30Park Avenue 0rd Chapel Orafory MWF 9 00 10 as am - ' ' - , (H)_'3374395_(O)333«1331 6 December 2006 . . _ emmanfgherenfiannra / i , i l i Lateterm ' ' $90113 Identify 20pom1‘5‘ Read the fbliowmg passage fiom Rumi (#343,, p. e13.) then fdentijj) ich of the themes of Sufism fitb_est eaehphrase as indieated " '_ . owl—3;,- Themes: 21. Self—denial ‘ b Spfllhlalffig Purity e. Beafific Vision id. Self— annihilation e ahz‘h- or remembrance! meniioning_ I. A hundred iii-Inns are being beaten mlhtn atn‘hgflrts, {her-oar ofwhibh we sflailhear ___ .A. We. m... w‘n-w. ,.._..._. _,__.....L.,._ ma tomonom " 21 Cotton wool in the ear; hail-tn the eye— thatis- the annetyfbt tomorrow the snhtie Whispez; ofgatt'ef- I 3'. Fling-Love sfl'anze wmto this eothan woog Hamil}! andhhe thepeopie ofplzmjr .,._'—3;-—_..,;-., ~-—_._.._.i_u..__w F’Vhy do you keep fire and eothan wool @359. Mine two are opposites, and the oppom'te never sutured. Since the “encounter oft—love shear; hejoy'oms ofpresen‘ce for the day ofmeett'ag For rrs. death" tsgfia’ness and eneozznter; t'fforyon itis an comfort oftnom'nlng; departflenee! . .hasrnnch as thispreseah woddt's outpatient; themtnggfgmsonsmsmelya causefbrjoy eeeee , fie Wflaseprison wasso delighfl‘itl howshaflhe the court afH'fna who adomed' the _ arid? @03 Hotfbreonstanqnh thispn‘son, tin- heret'n constanqr itselfnever repteaa I «1, » V2. 7- 7V3. cl. 'l 2.16. ' I 3. bl - 4, a, 5.13 a. 7. all ' 3. (L. 9. 5' _10.b» Part Two: Completion— 10 points: Five anmers of one or two words each; worth five points a piece. Complete the sentences byfilling in the Blank with a word or two that makes sense in the ‘ context. ' In the late 18005, Theodor Herzl drew upon the aspirations of his people for a homeland by founding the '2 1' o n \S w- movement for the Jews: of the world The- distinetive feature of Shi‘i- collections of Hadith 15 that, unlike the Sunni collections, Shi‘ite Hadith must be traced to the Prophet through the Companion A l x I The growth of the "Lu r K 5,21 central Asian, non~Arab people, within Islamic lands led to the Crusades and paved the way for the establishment of the Ottoman empire ' Islamic theology teaches that peeple have no need for a“sav1t>r”beicause every human being 13 born mm, 5 I; v». and IS responsible for his or her own standing before God. ' Sufism contests with standard Islamic belief by speaking of God not as the distant Other, butas’theverynearLover— nearertothebeheverthanhisorher l glare,» vech (Qur’an50:16). ' W, W”. -mmhw ' . , ”ee- ., _ .. ....__».-_...;_ ...
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